Titans In the News

The (London, England) Independent
Sung Jin Hong '97 is composing an opera inspired by TV's "Breaking Bad" for his One World Symphony, described as "New York's hippest orchestra." Also reported by the BBC and others.

WJBC Radio
Illinois Wesleyan was ranked a best value by Kiplinger's Personal Finance. Also reported by The Pantagraph.

The Pantagraph
Joe Schneider '14, a nursing major and defensive lineman, is enjoying a standout final season with the unbeaten and 22nd-ranked Titans.

The Pantagraph
Recent figures show Illinois Wesleyan continues to have graduation rates well above the national average.

WJBC Radio
Wesleyan's Gabe Spalding discussed Clinton Davisson, Bloomington's only Nobel Prize winner -- to whom Spalding's own physics research is indebted. Also in The Pantagraph.

WEEK TV
The city has approved bicycle connections between Illinois Wesleyan University, the downtown, and the Constitution Trail. Also reported by WGLT Radio.

WMBD/WYZZ TV
IWU alum Ryan Beaupre '95, a Marine killed in the line of duty, was honored during the annual Homecoming 5K race named in his honor.

WEEK TV
During Homecoming, Illinois Wesleyan's Habitat for Humanity chapter staged a cow pie bingo fundraiser.

WMBD/WYZZ TV
Norm Eash became the all-time win leader in Illinois Wesleyan football coaching history as the Titans defeated North Park during Homecoming. Also in The Pantagraph.

This American Life
Demetria Kalodimos '81 discussed her documentary, Indelible: The Case Against Jeffrey Womack.